College Senior 2013-05-16T22:23:33Z
The tuition is very high for the services rendered here. Although a majority of the staff are very helpful, when needed, there was still the couple of bad seeds. Also they changed some programs half way through and added classes, delaying graduation from the original date. Along with making students pay some fees, they were'nt supposed to have to pay until after graduation, but the director changed that as well. I won't be staying here after I graduate with my Associates.
College Senior 2013-03-04T16:26:56Z
Depending on your program chair, they will switch your classes around to fit your own schedule. I have had to change mine every semester so far, and they made the accommodation for me.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-23T22:08:49Z
they don't make your schedule to fit your life like they say they will they make your scheduled to fit their needs of placing students where they are needed to fill classes.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-23T22:02:38Z
you have printing privileges here of 100 pages and if you go over they penalize you for copying to much, by stopping your access to print
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-23T21:58:23Z
the facilities on campus aren't bad but it is to small, the library can not hold but 20 student and if a student needs to use the computer they cant if its more then 20 students in LRC. They have 2 computer Labs to use but they hold classes in them and if a student has to do their class work they cant use the computer labs.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-23T21:51:08Z
they post job for student but they don't help u get the job like they guarantee in their advertisement
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-23T21:45:01Z
the student are fine because we are all trying to achieve the same goal. the people at the school is different. they do have some academic programs that help students get involved in the business world. One such program is the Economic Club.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-15T19:43:36Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
their failure to disclose hidden cost of school and there job placement assistance. This program cost $50,000.00 and I dont think that it is worth the cost. because you cant get a job to start paying back that much money when you graduate the program. i could have gotten a Paralegal certificate and learned the same things and saved a lot of money.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-15T19:34:30Z
The administration tells you one thing to get you here to sign all kind of documents and then when a conflict comes up in your schedule's they don't want to work with you, which they could be sued for false advertisement to its students. they also don't disclose the small print or hidden clauses when it comes to financial aid. they want you to enter into legally binding contracts that exploit students to pay extra fund.
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